101 Free Learning Tools - 142 views
Dear All, I have updated my list of free learning tools, and made it more visual: "Let's explore the idea that there is at least one excellent free learning tool (or site) for every learning prob...
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Many conversations around interactivity in formal learning programs rests on the tools. Does WebEx allow polling? Can you have threaded conversations in Second Life? What if you gave keypads to members of an audience? And those are all good questions.
But at the same time, we need to nurture cultures around interactivity that are independent of any technology. We need vocabulary and expectations around interactivity itself.
Here's a suggestion, hopefully useful in practice if not in theory:
Culture, not Technology
But again, while technology examples are included, all of this can be done in a traditional classroom.